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One of the good things for having a Priority Pass card is that it grants you access to the airport lounges, if you pick carefully from their list, you may enter some premium lounges in the globe.
I went to Swiss Business Class Lounge in Geneva airport, and I think I didn’t make a mistake. Did I? The lounge was pretty big in size, the location is a bit difficult to find and it took me at least 10 mins to find it.
The food was very very limited and the sandwiches were very hard on the outside. The filling was not tasty at all. The drinks were all there soda, juices and water. Help yourself. Nevertheless, airport lounges are a great spot to fill up your empty water bottle before you get on a plane. Don’t you think the bottled water are over-priced in the airport?
There wasn’t any announcement made for the flight information inside the lounge, however there is a big TV screen that shows the flight status, and I could easily check when my flight is boarding time. Once I saw the status, I left the lounge right away. The more I walk to the gate, the more nervous I get. And all of a sudden I thought: Wait I didn’t pass through the immigration yet? Oh gosh.
It’s true, there is a immigration point before the gate, and I totally forgot that, I should have spent enough time to reach to this area and go through the whole process. Luckily there wasn’t too many people in there. The process was fast and easy.
The whole catch-my-flight experience was a bit intense. I did make it at the end.